TOPEKA Aetna remains in hot water with the state of Kansas, which recently threatened to cancel the companys Medicaid contract.
In late July, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment gave Aetna Better Health 10 days to resolve a laundry list of long-running problems.
But on Tuesday, the agency said the insurers reply doesnt cut it, nor does it present a clear path to compliance.
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